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Under the influence of mounting foreign competition in the late-Victorian and Edwardian periods, many Britons sought to bolster England’s world position by reinforcing the unity of the Empire. For the most part their effort were channelled into an attempt to construct a formal political union or f.
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1 Imperial Unity and the Dominions. By Professor A. Keith, D.C.L.,of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at. Education and Imperial Unity, book. Education and Imperial Unity, DOI link for Education and Imperial Unity, effort were channelled into an attempt to construct a formal political union or federation of Britain’s overseas dominions.
However, when the so-called Imperial Federation Movement failed to produce Cited by: 4. Decline. Support for imperial federation waned with World War I which produced greater feelings of national identity in several dominions, Canada and Australia in particular.
Defence concerns and problems of imperial cooperation were partially resolved through the system of colonial or Imperial Conferences and with growing sentiments by various dominion governments for greater independence. Imperial Preference was a system of reciprocally-enacted tariffs or free trade agreements between constituent units of the British Empire.
As Commonwealth Preference, the proposal was later revived in regard to the members of the Commonwealth of Nations. Joseph Chamberlain, the powerful colonial secretary from untilargued vigorously that Britain could compete with its growing.
Imperial unity and Christian divisions: the church, AD John Meyendorff Snippet view - References to this book. Byzantinische Zeitschrift Karl Krumbacher Snippet view - Greek East and Latin West: The Church, AD Andrew Louth Limited preview - All Book.
This fascinating book explores British imperial unity at the outbreak of the Second World War and how this ultimately led to its own dissolution in post-war years.
In Septemberfour of the five dominions took the decision to support Neville Chamberlain's London-based government and declare war on. In other locations, anti-colonial nationalists took advantage of the publicity surrounding the navy to mobilise against colonial policies.
Ultimately the appearance of the navy in the far-flung ports of the empire stimulated widespread public debates about race, identity, and colonialism, and challenged the intended narrative of imperial : John C. Mitcham. PREFACE. Some fifteen years ago the late Dr.
James Bain, Librarian of the Toronto Public Library, urged me to write my reminiscences. He knew that, as one of the founders of the Canada First party, as Chairman of the Organising Committee of the Imperial Federation League in Canada, then President of it, and after its reorganisation, under the name of the British Empire League in Canada, still.
Foreword This second volume, unlike the first, has been printed in India and published by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, as the President of which I have planned and organised the publication of this series of 'History and Culture of the Indian People' in eleven volumes.
On account of printing difficulties in England, the arrangements with Messrs. George Allen and Unwin Ltd. were terminated by.
The Imperial Army Project. Britain and the Land Forces of the Dominions and India, While the limitations of this unity are a major focus of the book, establishing factors that worked to maintain a sense of military unity and provide for the defense of the empire, including the United Kingdom itself, is.
In a book recently published (X) the author deals with the present theory of the relations of the various parts of the British Commonwealth to one another and urges the need for a new imperial instrument for co-opera tion. He suggests that the success of the formula was attained by abandoning the great ties of judicial unity.For Curtis, imperial citizenship was inclusive, if paternalistic.
John Buchan's concept of imperial citizenship was similarly inclusive but also, argues Gorman, more organic and more democratic. Nevertheless, neither Curtis nor Buchan thought that imperial citizenship should extend to the empire's non-white inhabitants.
Elegantly persuasive while courting controversy, this book deserves our attention.' R. J. Q. Adams, Texas A&M University ' there is much to recommend about this book, which cleverly uses a cultural lens to elucidate the imperial defence relationships in the decade before the First World War.' Steven Gray, Journal of War in HistoryPages: